The 'Change My Mind' Game
#31
Dinosaurs are extinct.
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#32
Nuh uh! Everyone knows about one of the great thinkers of our time.

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Video games are for calmly unwinding.
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#33
Nonsense, everyone who plays them is really an evil mastermind practicing for when they try to take over the world. Just look at this monkey.
[Image: latest?cb=20150215002119]He used to look like this before he played video games. [Image: Donkey-Kong.png]

The sun is very far away.
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#34
It's so close that it only takes 8 min and 20 seconds for its light to reach us. On the other hand, the next closest star, Proxima Centauri, requires 4 years, 2 months, 19 days, 11 hours and 12 minutes for its light to reach us. So the sun is actually very close astronomically speaking. In fact the earth couldn't get very much closer without losing all it's surface ice perminantly. So it's close enough, thank you very much.

It's dinnertime somewhere.
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#35
If dinner takes up an amount of time t, then the probability that it is dinner time for a randomly selected person right now is t/24 hours. If we assume t is roughly 30 minutes, the probability p would be 1/48. There are about 7.5 billion people in the world, but a family living under 1 roof normally eats dinner at the same time. If we assume there are roughly 3 billion occupied houses in the world (give or take), then the probability of it being dinner for someone right now would be 1 - (47/48)^3,000,000,000 which is to say, incredibly likely. You could, however, be incredibly unlucky and be wrong. After all, it either is or isn't so that makes it 50%.

Drowning in lava...hurts.
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#36
People who suffer from congenital insensitivity to pain (CIP) cannot feel pain. They could literally fall into lava and (for the few moments they had left to respond) some would report a mere sense of "pressure" like they were being touched. The rest wouldn't even know what you were talking about. Might wonder what that strange smell of meat cooking was.

Logic.. Is infallible.
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#37
Logic is infallible
God is infallible
Therefore God is Logic
If God doesn't exist, then logic doesn't exist.
If logic doesn't exist, then it's nothing.
Therefore Logic is nothing
And it follows, nothing is infallible
If nothing is infallible, everything is fallible

So either logic is fallible or God exists.

I think that's good enough for today.

EDIT:oops i switched words that made this whole argument worthless, fixed it.

Global warming is real.
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#38
No. Global warming is not real. If you want to know where this evidence for global warming comes from, look at everyone’s gas bills from winter. IT’S THE HEATERS!!!!

Somewhere, a dog exists.
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#39
As far as google can tell, there is no town/city/location named "Somewhere".. therefore no dog exists there. Though Nowhere is in Oklahoma, apparently.

Press any key to continue.
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#40
Where's the any key? If there's none, then we won't continue. 

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